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help with pc getting slow suddenly

shadowss
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Hello i need some help cause im not sure what happend suddenly to my pc earlier it was fast no problem with it fast boot and fast to do things.
I got home 1hour ago tried to start it and it took 10-15 min to just get on windows it took around 20-25 min to also get the pc to load up the programs and we are talking about maybe 2 programs here bir defender and logitech g hub thats it 

im really not sure what have happend and would like to ask you all if maybe some of you would think what it could be i was thinking it maybe was my hard drive something was wrong with but offcause im not sure 

it should also be said i just change gpu cpu motherboard cpu fan and ram like 2-3 month ago 

my whole system is 
ryzen 5 3600
16 gb of ram 
3 tb hard drive
256gb ssd 
550 watt power supply 

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What model is the 128GB SSD? Have you checked your drives with CrystalDiskInfo from https://crystalmark.info/en/software/crystaldiskinfo/?

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nope havent checked them i have pcmark 8 i could check them with and im not really sure which ssd it is and just saw it was a 256 gb ssd 

 

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28 minutes ago, shadowss said:

nope havent checked them i have pcmark 8 i could check them with and im not really sure which ssd it is and just saw it was a 256 gb ssd 

 

PCMark 8 does not tell you S.M.A.R.T info on your drives. Try out CrystalDiskMark to check if your drive has bad sectors, it will also tell you your drive model.

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ok i can try to download that crystaldiskmark which one is it there is like 4-5 different things 

 

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CPU - Ryzen 9 3900X | Cooler - Noctua NH-D15 | Motherboard - ASUS TUF X570-PLUS RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3200 16GB (2x8) Case - Meshify C

GPU - RTX 3080 FE PSU - Straight Power 11 850W Platinum Storage - 960 EVO 500GB, S31 1TB, MX500 500GB | OS - Windows 10 Pro

 

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PSU - EVGA B3 650W | Storage - 860 EVO 256GB, Sabrent Rocket 4.0 1TB, WD Red 4TB (x6 in RAIDZ1 w/ LSI 9207-8i) | OS - TrueNAS Scale (Debian)

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it says its a ct250mx500ssd1 250gb and it says both are god 100% 40C on ssd and 38C on harddrive

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1 minute ago, shadowss said:

it says its a ct250mx500ssd1 250gb and it says both are god 100% 40C on ssd and 38C on harddrive

It's a Crucial MX500, probably not the issue here then. Is your Windows installation on the SSD?

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yep there is windows on the ssd 

 

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It could be multiple copies of virus software.

What antiviral are you running?

Do you understand how to use task master to see what is actually running on the machine?

Have you installed or updated anything in the last few days?

Has windows updated in the last few days?

Is the system running hotter?

 

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i have updated everything windows and other software my gpu and such and nope the system aint running hotter than it usally do i run bitdefender and yea i know how to see what is actually running on the machine 

 

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